Kevin Pelton says leaving Golden State was the best thing that could've happened for Monta Ellis, as well as then-teammate Klay Thompson. Ellis fits perfectly with the Mavs and Thompson with the Warriors.
Former NBA coaches P.J. Carlesimo, Jeff Van Gundy, George Karl and Avery Johnson weigh in on early-season topics.
David Thorpe examines how Andre Iguodala has been the perfect fit in Golden State -- and why he wasn't suited for Denver.
Bradford Doolittle examines what constitutes a "franchise player" in the NBA, and outlines which third-year pros could be following Derrick Rose's and Paul George's paths to stardom.
Check out our player scouting reports and 2013-14 projections for the Warriors.
Amin Elhassan breaks down the three best and worst newcomers this offseason, including Dwight Howard and Josh Smith.
Bradford Doolittle says while Chris Bosh might be the most tradeable big of the Miami Heat's Big Three, that doesn't mean they should do it.
Bradford Doolittle looks at what's next for the Golden State Warriors in the wake of their elimination from the Western Conference semifinals.
Chris Palmer examines the areas of Klay Thompson's game that are underrated.
Joe Kaiser offers three reasons the San Antonio Spurs should win their semifinal series against the Golden State Warriors.
Amin Elhassan and Bradford Doolittle break down the Golden State Warriors-San Antonio Spurs semifinal NBA playoff matchup with expert scouting and advanced statistical analysis.
Chad Millman shines the spotlight on Streak for the Cash winner and how karma might have played a little part in his victory.
Amin Elhassan looks in-depth at the top first-time playoff performers. Golden State's Stephen Curry tops the list after averaging 24.5 points and 11 assists this postseason.
Bradford Doolittle says the Golden State Warriors' defense needs the old Andrew Bogut to show up or they can kiss the playoffs goodbye.
Amin Elhassan outlines the 10 best players who didn't make ESPN's NBA top 25 under age 25 list, including John Wall, Ricky Rubio and Andre Drummond.
Which second-year players are soaring? David Thorpe takes a look.